by Judith Finlayson Robert Rose Inc., February 2008 $24.95/softcover Steel-cut. Unrefined. Rough-and-tough do-gooders, whole grains have become the holy grail of healthy eating. Study after study has found whole grains to be high in anti-oxidants, fiber and good fatty acids. They are said to have the ability to lower the risk for cardiovascular disease, ward off cancer, aid in weight loss and impart those who eat them with many other benefits. But while just about everyone has heard of ...
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